Continuing with my NYC trend, I wanted to feature one of my favorite townhouses that was built in the 1870’s and designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber. Bilhuber is one of my favorite designers due to his creative elegance and playful approach to decor. He arranges his furniture traditionally, but adds patterns and colors that are extremely current. His strong jewel tones compliment bold neutral patterns. Who wouldn’t want a townhouse rich in texture with a classically strong foundation. Bilhuber makes it work, and his legacy in design is just getting started.
Jewel tones and furniture that is wonderfully placed and patterned.
A high-sky gallery wall leading to the stairs plays off of the colorfully adorned living area.
A hallway that is collected and intimately chic. Bilhuber is masterful with his consistent pops of red throughout.
A high gloss den with sweet potted topiaries for the mantle. I adore the white trim of the windows that contrasts against the walls.
Get it Gingham. A traditional pattern used in a very non traditional way. A lot of everything going on in this dining room, but it blends together so perfectly.
Here is that Bilhuber red again, acting as a muted tone of whimsy and divine design.
A sweet and green girl’s room. Look at the exact match of the curtains and wall color!
A fun a collected vignette. Bilhuber gives top notch design without anything looking stuffy and overly staged.
A serene and lightly textured canopied master bedroom.
Mirrored wall cabinets and a chic rolling latter on this animal print carpeted closet.
The bathroom maintains it’s original timeless appeal with an updated elegance.